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AMERICAN VIRTUES AND VALUES

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LEUTZE, EMANUEL. "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE"
LEUTZE, EMANUEL. "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE"

"WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE"

A PAINTING BY EMANUEL LEUTZE

⋆A GERMAN AMERICAN ARTIST

 NEVER APOLOGIZE FOR

BEING AN AMERICAN

     Certain American values are timeless, and therefore, always first. Certain American values are always bipartisan, and therefore, a citizen's duty to defend at all times. Certain American values have served as guidance to form a more perfect union. A union that allows us to be proud of the Red, White and Blue, and therefore, they are always first. Certain American values were the foundation of the United States of America, and not a few Americans died for these American values while marching at home and overseas for the fight  to carry the light of liberty to the next generation, and therefore, these values are always first. The most important ones are depicted in the following.


DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

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The birth certificate of our nation ensures certain unalienable rights for every American. It declared America's independence in the past and declares our nation's independence now and forever.

 

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THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION

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The Constitution of the United States sets up U.S. Democracy and is part of the American Way. It ensures the system of Checks and Balances, and the rights of every American.

THE AMERICAN

FLAG

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The American flag reflects the nation's past, present, and future. It stands guard for liberty and freedom and guarantees the right to be free. All good American virtues and values are embodied in the U.S. flag. Discover "The Flag Page" of this webpage, a site dedicated to the American Flag.


I don't care what you say about me,

as long as you say something about me,

and as long as you spell my name right

-GEORGE M. COHAN-

(The Grand Master of the Red, White and Blue)